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Doctor Thorne See a Problem? VideoDoctor Thorne - ITV Jahrhunderts und handelt vom Leben eines Lords und seiner Familie und auch deren Bediensteten. Niall MacCormick Regisseur. Sir Roger Scatcherd ist ein alter Freund und Rivale von Doctor Selbstbräuner Test. Doctor Thorne is the third novel in Anthony Trollope’s series known as the Chronicles of Barsetshire; set in Greshamsbury, a rural town many miles away from the cathedral city the was the setting for the first two novels. Doctor Thorne was the ideal dose of predictable period drama. In fact, it almost felt like the antidote to the death, despair and desolation that came to characterise later series of Fellowes' own. Doctor Thorne (TV Mini-Series ) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. In the United States, Doctor Thorne was released by Amazon Prime and made available for streaming. On Amazon, the series' three parts were redivided into four episodes, each with an introduction and epilogue featuring Julian Fellowes, the producer and writer of the series. Doctor Thorne does his best to ease the pain, but he senses the end is near. Scatcherd's son, Louis, is called for and he takes an immediate shine to Mary. Dr Thorne endeavours to embrace his new position as Louis' guardian, but is horrified to learn that he has romantic designs on his niece.
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She manages to persuade Mary that marrying Frank would be a selfish act, and that if she With the upcoming elections Sir Roger is the popular candidate but drink takes its toll and he passes away, telling Dr Thorne the beneficiary of his new will.
His mercenary and equally alcoholic son Louis Scatcherd arrives for dinner with the Greshams but he is tactless and drunk, reminding them of his newly acquired fortune and Dr Thorne has to get rid of him.
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The life of penniless Mary Thorne, who grows up with her Uncle, Dr Thorne, and her relationship with the family at nearby Greshamsbury Park estate.
Must've been a treat for Julian Fellowes to get his hands on a real Victorian novel, instead of churning out new eps of that pandering pastiche he's been working on for the last few seasons- Solid Trollopian plot sundered lovers and missing heirs and family secrets , great cast--Ian McShane not exactly playing against type as a rough-diamond railroad magnate; nice to see Alison Brie of "Mad Men" as the husband-hunting heiress and Inspector Lewis's old boss as one of the snobbish gentlefolk.
Stefanie Martini, who only has one other IMDb credit, is perfect as the strong-willed heroine so much more relatable than those soupy Dickens girls!
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I slogged through about a third of this behemoth, which takes a very very long time to even get going. Trollope's barely-focused long-windedness is the defining feature here, and there was never enough momentum gathered to pay off the effort to tread water with this one.
It's official: I am totally smitten with Anthony Trollope. Mar 12, Sean rated it liked it Shelves: read-in , victorian , 19th-century , trollope.
For God sakes, Frank must marry money!!!! Trollope reiterates this necessity over and over again in this third novel in Barchester Chronicles series.
This is series of six novels that keep getting longer and longer with each book. This volume in the series steers away from much of the church politics and intrigue that are involved in the first two books, Th For God sakes, Frank must marry money!!!!
This volume in the series steers away from much of the church politics and intrigue that are involved in the first two books, The Warden and Barchester Towers.
Trollope writes well here as always but the story itself, in my opinion, is not so memorable. The story moves away from Barchester and focuses on the wealthiest family in Greshambury.
The son Frank, pitted between pursing women of wealth or his true love, an orphan who is penniless is subject of much controversy throughout the village.
This type of subject is very characteristic of 19th century Victorian novels. Doctor Thorne is a good effort by Trollope standards but not his best.
Another very enjoyable book the third in Trollope's "Barsetshire" series. However, the second in the series seemed to me to have more plot lines while "Doctor Thorne" had a singular one: "Frank must marry money.
But his writing is just beautiful and smart and funny and consistent and smooth. And Trollope has a unique and grounded way to fully describe his characters so that we immediately know so Another very enjoyable book the third in Trollope's "Barsetshire" series.
And Trollope has a unique and grounded way to fully describe his characters so that we immediately know so much about them.
For example, "She [Lady Scatcherd] was standing at the time with her housekeeper in a small room in which she kept her linen and jam, and in which, in the company of the same housekeeper, she spent the happiest moments of her life.
I love a bit of home-made jam on vanilla ice cream rather than a cigarette after a wild night of, well In summary, Trollope is simply a delicious and satisfying author.
Shelves: bricks , love-stories , on-dj , owned , no-audio-ill , audible , , on-ipad2 , on-laptop , classics.
The hopeless romantic in me really loved this book, even though it is a bit predictable. As always, where Trollope shines is characterization.
The main characters became so real to me that I started speculating about their futures beyond the pages. Simon Vance's audiobook narration was, as always, nearly perfe The hopeless romantic in me really loved this book, even though it is a bit predictable.
Simon Vance's audiobook narration was, as always, nearly perfect, and nothing beats the classics for escaping from the modern day surrealistic insanity of our current events.
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View all 7 comments. Feb 12, Vashti rated it it was amazing. Excellent book on society mores and values in the Victorian era.
Loved it!!! Jan 08, Anne marked it as to-read Shelves: victorian-era , classics , own-on-kindle , love-heroine , romance , victorian-literature , gentleman-like-heroes.
It's not bad, it really isn't, but having seen the lovely series on Amazon Prime which everyone should watch because it's lovely and sweet and touching , I already know what happens and am frankly quite bored trudging through the endless chapters to get to the good parts.
I think I will have a much better experience with Trollope if I try another novel of his at a better time. I was excited to read this one because I was so enthralled with the series, but It's so long!
There is so much description! I'm just no longer motivated to read this, even though I know it's theoretically good. I love long English novels, so I expected to like 'Doctor Thorne' more than I actually did.
The main characters are the doctor, his niece, and a young man who's in love with her. While the doctor is more or less likeable from the beginning, the niece, in my opinion, becomes so by the middle of the book, and the third character, closer to the end, if at all, - which was disappointing for me since I like to sympathise with the main characters.
At the same time, the secondary characters are portray I love long English novels, so I expected to like 'Doctor Thorne' more than I actually did.
At the same time, the secondary characters are portrayed marvellously: there's irony, and precise observations, and character insights, and everything that makes a novel worth reading.
If only the author would be a little less melodramatic in his approach to the main characters. This melodramatic streak together with certain twists in the subject contribute to the general impression of a soap opera, which was probably quite the author's intention.
Jun 09, Trisha rated it really liked it. But no…I kept reading on because I love the imaginary countryside that Trollope has created in his Barsetshire series of which this is the third and I love the way he writes.
From the outset we know that everything will turn out all right in the end and even the scoundrels are going to get their come-uppance.
Whether or not I can atone for these faults by straightforward, simple, plain storytelling - that, indeed, is very doubtful.
Ladies Arabella never can. Nature gives them bosoms for show, but not for use. So Lady Arabella had a wet-nurse. Filgrave; Mr.
Reddypalm who had no problem accepting bribes from politicians, Miss Gushing, the spinster lady who tried so hard to flatter the Reverend Mr.
Oriel into marriage, Mr. Winterbones who was " View all 5 comments. I am helpless against the charm of entertaining and cute suspenseful plots of Victorian young adults in love but struggling against overwhelming class disapproval of their relationships, despite the obvious irritations to me about the treatment of women and the assumed virtues in maintaining the English class system by the characters in 'Doctor Thorne', third novel in the Barsetshire series.
Since the story takes place and was written in England about characters in a conservative farming I am helpless against the charm of entertaining and cute suspenseful plots of Victorian young adults in love but struggling against overwhelming class disapproval of their relationships, despite the obvious irritations to me about the treatment of women and the assumed virtues in maintaining the English class system by the characters in 'Doctor Thorne', third novel in the Barsetshire series.
Since the story takes place and was written in England about characters in a conservative farming village built around a couple of aristocratic great houses during a time social class structures were cemented into law as solid as granite, author Anthony Trollope could not do much else except write a book which reflected his time; but I think he was more than aware of some stirrings here and there of lower-class rebellion.
Trollope, though, was not a rebel or an activist - he was simply a first-class novelist who wrote entertaining books about a community of various middle-class gentry struggling to climb up a few rungs through marriage and money; and various aristocrat families who felt the growing threat from the middle-classes - and some of their own - overthrowing the established structures of society and themselves.
In all of these books so far, Trollope is sneaky in how he subtly criticizes the class system and the unearned crooked accumulation of wealth by the rich through the time-honored device of developing plots around young, and sometimes old, adult characters of unequal class falling in love recall that some of Shakespeare's plays written in the 's used this literary device.
Trials, tribulations and lost time beset all of the book's characters in genteel cliffhanger after cliffhanger! Some lose their moral direction and money, while others succeed through amazing coincidences and good luck.
Although I enjoyed 'Doctor Thorne', third in the Chronicles of Barsetshire series, I did not think it quite as hilarious as number two, Barchester Towers , but the usual complete spectrum of personalities we are all familiar with today and which were obviously familiar to Trollope in his day are skewered - very gently and most with affection.
In the end, Trollope makes things come out right, as authors do. An absolute delight, the third in the Barchester series moves away from Barchester itself and the focus on church politics to another kind of cultural clash in the supremacy of money versus birth.
The primary focus of the novel is the Gresham family, a prominent family headed by the Squire of Gresham who has several children of which the oldest and the heir is Frank Gresham- a young man Trollope argues could be viewed as the hero of the novel.
Thor An absolute delight, the third in the Barchester series moves away from Barchester itself and the focus on church politics to another kind of cultural clash in the supremacy of money versus birth.
Thorne, a country doctor who dotes on his niece Mary Thorne, our heroine. There are some characters you love to hate, those you root for and those who evoke laughter and pathos and all the time there is this mystery that must come out and be resolved that keeps you turning the pages.
Shelves: citylights. The plot is like taking a familiar train ride: one knows where one is going to wind up, and one knows where all the stops are going to be.
The pleasure is in watching the scenery i. Trollope leaves out the Clergy in this one Mr. Oriel might as well be a gentleman of independant means, for all his rectorship intrudes upon the story , concentrating on the aristocracy, the gentry, and, most entertainingly, on the lawyers.
Outside of Dickens, I haven't enjoyed description The plot is like taking a familiar train ride: one knows where one is going to wind up, and one knows where all the stops are going to be.
Outside of Dickens, I haven't enjoyed descriptions of lawyers quite as much anywhere else. In tone, this book remainds me of nothing so much as a strange conflation of "Arrested Development" and the films of Yazujiro Ozu, with a much sunnier ending than Ozu would ever allow.
This was my first Anthony Trollope. I had no idea he was so funny -- some things made me laugh out loud. It was a thoroughly delightful romp, with a predictably happy ending.
I enjoyed his writing. In addition to the humor, there are some deeper subjects explored, like alcoholism, and prejudice based on birth.
For those who enjoy reading the classics, I highly recommend this one. Birth and blood, money and marriage, of such is this novel made.
Whether it shall be a Cinderella story, the ending shall tell, and I never shall. This is one of my favorite novels by Trollope.
To those fortunate enough to be born into the upper classes of midth century English society these are the three essential ingredients one must have to acquire and preserve wealth.
While there is a relatively large cast of characters the story revolves around three; Doctor Thorne, a physician with a small-town practice, his niece Mary Thorne and Frank Gres 3.
While there is a relatively large cast of characters the story revolves around three; Doctor Thorne, a physician with a small-town practice, his niece Mary Thorne and Frank Gresham, the only son of the local squire.
This is a refrain that is repeated throughout. Alas, upon coming of age poor Frank has become taken with Mary Thorne, she of low birth, impure blood and no money.
And thus, conflict arises. People take sides. And class prejudice and general snobbery is revealed in all its ugliness. Trollope, once again, with great wit and humor creates some fascinating female characters.
Not my favorite Trollope book so far but still an enjoyable read. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here.
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